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The All Things Overlanding Podcast was created to fill a void in Overlanding podcasts. Each episode will cover general Overlanding topics, Overlanding Events and Expos, Vehicle Modifications, and more! My goal is to provide the same great content as I do elsewhere for all Overlanders, new or experienced. I hope you enjoy the content and that you'll come hang out on whatever channels you prefer! Facebook: https://bit.ly/34pYsXv Instagram: https://bit.ly/34pYS01 YouTube: https://bit.ly/3cV5ZBb ...
 
The GHT Overland Podcast is a podcast devoted to sharing the stories, along with the vast experience of Overlanding Adventure Travelers around the world. Enjoy stories from adventure travelers of all types. From the large MAN trucks to moto, Chris and Lisa interview full time overland travelers as they prepare to escape into their own full time travel. Subscribe now for stories of adventure and travel from those who have tackled the backroads of Alaska to New Zealand. It’s Awesome! http://gh ...
 
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Today I'm going to be talking about some of the pros and cons of older vehicles for Overlanding vs. newer vehicles for Overlanding. I've had some recent mechanical issues with my 2008 Nissan Frontier that made me really start considering if a new vehicle might make sense. So, if you're thinking about getting your first, or a new, Overlanding vehicl…
 
#127 - Some of our favorite interviews have been from Africa. Listening to stories from the Kalahari, Lions, Tigers, Elephants, and now all the way down to centipedes. This is a fascinating episode loaded with stories from Africa! And better yet, it’s centered on a five man crew of film makers raising awareness and raising money to help support the…
 
This week I've been noticing a lot of posts on Overlanding Facebook groups and forums where people were asking what kind of jobs people had to do in order to afford to Overland full time, or at least more often than they felt like they could. I'm going to talk a bit about what I saw on the forums, but then dive into my experience and how I've chang…
 
This week I'm talking about the different seasons, pros and cons, and also some must have gear to combat the challenges of each. If you're looking for some good, beginner tips so you can get out and explore more, this is a great episode for you! If you enjoy the podcast and wouldn’t mind, I’d be extremely thankful if you left a 5 star review on wha…
 
This week, I wanted to talk about what I've learned taking my dog Bella Overlanding. There are definitely a lot of pros and some cons when taking a pet on trips with you, so if you're new to Overlanding and worried about it, I tried to pack in my experience in this episode. If you enjoy the podcast and wouldn’t mind, I’d be extremely thankful if yo…
 
This week, a couple of the guys from my Patreon group (link below in the description if you'd like to join and be a part of the next one) hung out for an evening and we call talked about our sleep set ups. So, in this video, you'll get to learn a lot about different sleep set ups, pros and cons of each, as well as why we chose to go the route that …
 
I was having a discussion with a buddy a few weeks ago about the advantages of some of the newer, more modern tools and pieces of gear you can get related to Overlanding. But the more we discussed, the more we also started to see a lot of downsides to the newer stuff. That made me think of the topic for this week's episode. What are some of the adv…
 
Over the years, I've had a lot of gear that seemed essential when I bought it. Then the more I went out exploring, the more I realized that some of it never got used. This week, I wanted to talk through some of the things that I've changed with the gear that I bring on trips. What have I stopped bringing and what have I done to keep the same level …
 
#126 - This week we have the privilege of talking with Richie and Abigail of Meat Around The World! Their Overland story started about five years ago in Switzerland when Richie who was a full-time truck driver and part-time photographer had the crazy idea of driving around the world. On October 5, 2019 with their seven month old baby Zoe, five suit…
 
This week, I've got some updates on what's going on with my Ford Maverick order. I know a lot of you have been asking when the truck is coming in and while I don't have a date, I've got some new info. Also, there are some big changes coming to the Frontier build and I just couldn't keep them to myself any longer. If you enjoy the podcast and wouldn…
 
This week, I wanted to tackle a topic that I've seen coming up all over the Overlanding groups on Facebook and elsewhere. When you're just getting started in Overlanding, how to you find other like-minded people who you can plan and take trips with? What's the easiest way to find other people in your area to get started exploring? In this episode, …
 
#125 - A review of how our time in Canyonland National Park was, along with a camping experience at Crystal Geyser in Utah. The stories that come from our days and experiences on the road are fun to share. Hope you enjoy! www.ghtoverland.comبقلم GHT Overland Podcast
 
This week, I'm looking back over the last 5 years and two rigs to talk about pros and cons of daily driving an Overlanding rig. If you're thinking of taking your vehicle and turning it into an Overlanding vehicle, but want more info on what some of the pros and cons are, this episode should be helpful for you! If you enjoy the podcast and wouldn’t …
 
This week, I wanted to touch on some very helpful tips if you're in the process or even thinking about building an Overlanding vehicle. I get questions all the time from folks about what gear they should buy or what modifications they should do, so in this video, I'm going to try to pack as much helpful advice in as possible. If you enjoy the podca…
 
#124 - If you’re planning or even thinking of going to Arches National Park, there’s a few things we’d do different on our next loop back, and that's what we review in this episode. Mistakes made, total awesome experiences had and all the things we never thought about until it was too late. BLOG Post / Show Notes & Lots More at: www.ghtoverland.com…
 
This week, I had a podcast listener reach out with the idea for the topic. He said that he had just returned from a long, dream trip to a destination he had been planning to see for a while. When it was finally over, it was amazing and also sad. So, this week, I wanted to talk about the emotions tied to planning, taking, and then returning from an …
 
This week, I'm joined by Tony Richardson, the creator of the RUX soft bin/bag. I've historically always run rigid cases like plano crates, plano gun cases, Apache cases from Harbor Freight, Pelican style cases, etc. However, there are some downsides to those options so when I saw this RUX bag, I reached out to the company because I had to learn mor…
 
#123 - Discussing the realities of full-time overland travel, while attempting to release podcast episodes consistently :0 How we plan to release episodes more consistently, and what you can expect moving forward. Watch our adventures on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/c/GHTOVERLAND Learn more about us at: https://ghtoverland.com/…
 
Alright Nissan people. I can already hear your keyboards clicking as you start to type angry emails to me, but that's ok. Go for it! I'd love to hear what you all think! Check out the episode to see why I think it doesn't make much sense to Titan swap a Nissan Frontier or Xterra for Overlanding and let me know your thoughts below! Am I right? Am I …
 
This week, I got to talk with Michael Linden from Lithium Battery Power about his thoughts on installing a true dual battery system in an Overlanding vehicle versus the simplicity and flexibility of using a portable power bank. They both have their pros and cons, so if you're looking to learn which option might be right for your type of Overlanding…
 
After a ton of questions on the big Overlanding groups and tons more questions in my Newbie Overlanders group on Facebook, I'm noticing a trend. That trend is that lots of folks that are new to the hobby/lifestyle of Overlanding want to know what they need to do/buy to get into Overlanding. This week, I'm going to break down what you need and what …
 
This week, I'm sitting down with Michael Linden from Lithium Battery Power. His company specializes in marine and Overlanding lithium batteries and applications. It was a great opportunity to learn a ton about the pros and cons of both AGM and Lithium battery options for Overlanding. If you're considering doing a dual battery system in your vehicle…
 
#122 - Overland Expo West 2022 Review, along with updates from the road of full time overland travel living. We talk truck campers for overland travel with two experienced truck camper owners Mike and James. Fellow Hallmark Camper owners, with much more experience under their belts, share their insights and experiences. In addition we talk shortly …
 
This week, I'm again joined by Curt Thompson from GTFOverland. We're chatting about when it might make sense to spend more money and buy better quality gear VS when it might make more sense to be cheap. Over the years, I've definitely learned that sometimes buying cheap stuff ends up costing you more in the end. However, there are definitely certai…
 
I got a request from a subscriber to talk a bit about how to plan for and utilize different areas on your Overlanding vehicle to store gear. So, in this week's episode, I'm going to walk you around the truck and give you some tips I've figured out over the last few years that will hopefully save you some time and effort while planning your Overland…
 
Episode #121 - Craig and Brook of Alaska Overlander launched their full-service overland adventure business in the midst of the covid pandemic, providing fully kitted out overland vehicles for rent. As many small family run business go, they started off small with only two vehicles. With the success of their business and popularity of overland trav…
 
This week, I'm hanging out with Curt Thompson of GTFOverland. He runs an Overlanding shop in SoCal that rents equipment for Overlanding so that people can try stuff out before they buy. So, this was the perfect topic to tackle with him. Check out the full episode for our pros and cons of renting VS buying as well as our final thoughts on when it mi…
 
#120 - Full Time Overland Travel! Those few times in our lives when our biggest dreams and goals come to fruition. All the planning, all the little hurdles along our paths of accomplishing mini goals along the way. For us it’s been a blend of surreal, a little frantic, along with a trifecta of snow, wind and hot dry dusty days. Complimented with un…
 
This week, I wanted to talk about the two types of Overlanding trips I've been on. It seems like these are the only two types there are, at least in my experience. It's either go, go, go or take it slow. I'm going to talk through some examples of these, some of the benefits of each, and my thoughts on what my preference is for the type of trips I l…
 
This week, I have been thinking a lot about whether I prefer Overlanding solo or with friends. There are definitely a lot of pros and cons to each, but I think a lot of it comes down to a few key factors. In this episode, I'll talk through those pros and cons, which way I lean, and my final thoughts on which option might be right for you based on y…
 
I recently returned from the MOORE Expo and I tell you what, it inspired me. The more that I make content, the more I want to continually improve and be more creative. Seeing so many great companies, content creators, and rigs got me excited to really take a long, hard look at the content I'm making and how I want to improve it for you guys. Hopefu…
 
#119 - When the truck is aptly named “Manfred” (think Manny the Woolly Mammoth from the Ice Age movies) you know its size is going to be massive, complemented by a fun natured side. There’s no disappointment when it comes to learning about this Dutch family of four, who’ve decided living a life outside and exploring with their two young children wa…
 
On this week's episode of the podcast/vlog, I'm talking about the 2022 MOORE Expo. What is it all about? Is it worth attending? What will you, as an attendee, get? What do vendors and manufacturers of Overlanding products get out of a show like this? What do content creators get from making the trip? A huge thanks to my featured partners: The Last …
 
#118 Funny thing; one of the advantages of consistently talking with other full-time overland travelers is learning from their experiences. Case in point, this week's guests Phil and Izzy of The Gap Decaders. Teaching us the value of being intentional, doing the planning and research. We found a lot of similarities with this week's guests and enjoy…
 
This week, I'm asking the question, do you really need a diesel heater for Overlanding? I've been told for the last year or two that I needed one. Especially considering that I camp almost exclusively in the winter. I've always fought it for a couple of reasons (skip to the "cons" chapter in the video to hear those). But, I finally broke down and b…
 
This week, I'm finally starting to get some ideas about how to set up the bed of my Titan swapped 2008 Nissan Frontier so that I can store and utilize my camp kitchen gear when on a trip. I'll walk you through how I'm storing my pots, pans, utensils and more. I'll show you how I'm storing and running my 5 lb propane tank. I'll talk through ideas I …
 
#117 - The “Panamericana” explored with a little minivan through 17 countries and 70,000 Kms from Alaska to Patagonia. Bérangère and Jorge of Destino Ushuaia are two marketing professionals that traveled the west side of the Americas (aka the Panamericana) for 18 months beginning in June 2018 through Dec. 2019. Bérangère (French) and Jorge (Peruvia…
 
This week, I'm talking about something a subscriber requested. When to use 2WD, when to use 4HI, and when to use 4LO when Overlanding. If you're new to 4WD or looking for suggestions on when to use each drive mode, this is the video for you! A huge thanks to my featured partners: The Last US Bag Company (great quality Overlanding bags, get yours he…
 
On this week's episode, I'm talking with Will from Venture2Roam about our experiences with coolers and fridges. We talk pros and cons of each and which set ups they might make the most sense with. We'll talk about how we have used both and how we came to what we're using now. Definitely check out Will's channel because he has some amazing videos: h…
 
Episode #116 / Logistics - Full time overland travel has all its amazing views and experiences after you’ve accomplished some kind of planning and preparation. In this case you’re most likely far beyond the dreaming, the packing and all the preliminary stuff. At this point in your overlanding trip you’ve probably spent months on the road becoming a…
 
This week I wanted to talk about the pros and cons of airing down and back up when Overlanding. I'll touch on some of the reasons why you should air down, which situations make the most sense for when to air down, how to air back up, and some ideas for what methods to use and how much those products cost. I'd love to hear your thoughts on airing do…
 
#115 - Our number one necessity as overland travelers is unquestionably water. We can only survive approximately three days without water, so for us it’s at the top of the list. One of the challenges on water was the weight of carrying larger volumes, along with the space requirements. At 8.3 lbs per gallon, and the approximate need of roughly one …
 
This week, I'm hanging out with Will from Venture2Roam who has a Jeep JK and we're talking about the pros and cons of our rigs. My Nissan Frontier vs. his Jeep. If you want to follow Will, check out his channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Venture2Roam A huge thanks to my featured partners: The Last US Bag Company (great quality Overlanding bags, get…
 
Episode #114 - An unquenchable thirst for adventure clearly runs through the veins of so many of us. Emily and Danny are no exception! After 3 ½ years of Full-Time Overland Living and 11 Countries, there’s a lot to learn from Emily and Danny, popularly known as The Vandersons. After building out their 2015 Promaster 2500 they took a similar approac…
 
This week I'm joined by Cindy Pope of Northology Adventures to talk about our Nissan Frontiers, the way we're each building them out for future Overlanding trips, our modifications, and more! For more info on the vehicles, check out the links below. Northology Adventures (free monthly digital magazine): https://bit.ly/3jvJG7J KOAR 2022: https://bit…
 
Episode #113 The Cummins Camper vs. Baja Baja Mexico over Christmas sounds warm and delightful. Baja over the winter months of the Pacific NW sounds even better! Eric and Marisa of “The Cummins Camper” have discovered the warm weather, warm beaches, and the warm hearted nature of the people who call Baja home. The amazing pictures Eric and Marisa w…
 
The Newbie Overlanders group has grown to over 2000 members in just a couple of months and there have been a lot of great discussions had in the group. So, today I figured I would cover some of the questions that have been trending so we can all think about and learn from them. Post up in the comments below if you've got thoughts on answers to the …
 
Episode #112 Monkeys On The Road / A Family Overland Adventure Imagine this: You’re on the overlanding trip you’ve dreamt of for years. You're roughly two and half years into your epic overland adventure when you start to hear about corona-virus. The country you're in closes its borders, and sets stringent rules and a curfew. Now what! What do you …
 
The longer I've done Overlanding trips, the more I'm wondering about whether gas or electric makes more sense for my set up. In this week's vlog/podcast, I'm going to talk through the pros and cons of both and which setups each works better with. There isn't an absolute "best" of the two, in my opinion, but each has its uses depending on your overa…
 
This week, I synced up with a buddy who just received his 2022 Ford Maverick and I was able to check out the pros and cons of each. They are definitely very different vehicles but they both have pros and cons. Depending on what type of Overlanding you want to do, either could be a valid option. Guess this explains why I've ordered a Maverick and I'…
 
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